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New York Times, Saturday, March 29, 1958

Author:
Anthony Morse
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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Across
1. Cat call. : MIAOW
6. Horseshoe part to prevent slipping. : CALK
10. Scolded. : CHID
14. Of stars: Comb. form. : ASTRO
15. Church image. : ICON
16. Olympian lady. : HERA
17. Man of power. : TITAN
18. Boat with twin hulls. : CATAMARAN
20. Stick by one's guns. : STANDPAT
22. Chain. : CATENA
23. Agreed: Slang. : GEED
24. Comic theatrical sketch. : SKIT
25. Back fence noise. : CATERWAUL
29. International golf match for pros. : RYDER
33. Set against. : AVERSE
34. Entice. : LURE
36. Dined. : ATE
37. Very small. : TINY
38. ___ nous. : ENTRE
40. National theatre group. : ANTA
41. Suffix in chemistry. : OLE
42. Old lyrelike instrument. : ASOR
43. Part of a file. : FOLDER
45. Brazilian port. : NATAL
47. Great upheaval. : CATACLYSM
49. Cook. : BAKE
51. Deeds: Lat. : ACTA
52. Bright, as a clear night sky. : STARRY
55. Taking by subtle means. : STEALING
59. Cougar. : CATAMOUNT
61. Citizen. : VOTER
62. Dry. : ARID
63. Where the Cheshire cat appeared. : TREE
64. ___ two (a few). : ONEOR
65. Kind of recorder. : TAPE
66. United. : ONED
67. O'Casey and namesakes. : SEANS
Down
1. Doilies. : MATS
2. "It's clever, but ___ Art?" : ISIT
3. The sweetsop. : ATTA
4. Place to raise citrus fruit. : ORANGERY
5. Miracles. : WONDERS
6. Locust. : CICADA
7. Skin ___ (do a gymnastic stunt). : ACAT
8. A great deal. : LOT
9. Dexterity. : KNACK
10. Talkative. : CHATTY
11. At this point. : HERE
12. Baghdad Pact member. : IRAN
13. Well-known Sun editor. : DANA
19. Mayor, in Marseilles. : MAIRE
21. Phoebe birds. : PEWEES
24. Insult. : SLUR
25. "___ a Hot Tin Roof." : CATON
26. City in Spain. : AVILA
27. Doctrine. : TENET
28. Extreme. : ULTRA
30. First-class: Slang. : DANDY
31. Feminine endings. : ETTES
32. Provide with new weapons. : REARM
35. Supply with a new front. : REFACE
39. Wedding: Fr. : NOCE
40. Solo, or early Berlin song. : ALLALONE
42. Fear. : ALARM
44. Books having 8mo pages. : OCTAVOS
46. Wear away. : ABRADE
48. Made lace with a shuttle. : TATTED
50. Chief cultural center of Japan. : KYOTO
52. Command to a cat. : SCAT
53. Capital of old Irish kings. : TARA
54. Eagerly expecting. : ATIP
55. Weapon in Koko's song. : SNEE
56. Willow genus. : ITEA
57. Kind of light. : NEON
58. Canine sounds. : GRRS
60. Coffee holder. : URN

Answer summary: 6 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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